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  • TACOMA: Man shot, crashes after allegedly trying to steal car

    12/15/2002 2:59:30 PM PST · by Fish out of Water · 9 replies · 245+ views
    The News Tribune ^ | (Published 12:30AM, December 15th, 2002) | Heather Meier
    TACOMA: Man shot, crashes after allegedly trying to steal car Heather Meier; The News Tribune A man who allegedly tried to steal a car was shot and taken to an area hospital late Saturday. According to Sgt. Shawn Stringer of the Tacoma Police Department, a man tried to steal a car near the 7000 block of I Street in Tacoma at about 10:30 p.m. The owner reportedly saw the suspect stealing the car, got into another car, chased him down and shot him. The suspect then crashed the car, was trapped inside and had to be extricated by the Tacoma...
  • Planning's poster child grows up

    12/05/2002 12:20:47 AM PST · by Fish out of Water · 33 replies · 305+ views
    High Country News ^ | FEATURE ARTICLE, November 25, 2002 | Rebecca Clarren
    FEATURE ARTICLE, November 25, 2002 Planning's poster child grows up by Rebecca Clarren Oregon's 30-year-old land-use rules may need a face-lift LEBANON, Ore. - What's remarkable about the landscape leading to Lynn and Janis Wood's orchard is not the low autumn light that shines heavy and full on wide swaths of green alfalfa fields. It's not the smell of woodsmoke that rises from a smattering of old farmhouses and trailers. It's not the knots of blackberry bushes that cling to the roadside. What's remarkable is what's missing from this picture. Here in Lebanon, just seven miles east of Corvallis, the...